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Seoul Communiqué 2012. Seoul Nuclear Security Summit

We, the leaders, gathered in Seoul on March 26-27, 2012, renew the political
commitments generated from the 2010 Washington Nuclear Security Summit to work
toward strengthening nuclear security, reducing the threat of nuclear terrorism, and
preventing terrorists, criminals, or other unauthorized actors from acquiring nuclear
materials. Nuclear terrorism continues to be one of the most challenging threats to
international security. Defeating this threat requires strong national measures and
international cooperation given its potential global political, economic, social, and
psychological consequences.

Seoul Communiqué 2012. Seoul Nuclear Security Summit 


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2012 Seoul Nuclear Security Summit, March 26-27, 2012

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